Okay so I think I figured out the distance between my bump stop and the bump stop plate. (I think :crazy
What I did was maid some ramps out of wood so I could drive up and flex the truck. (Also check drive shaft at this time ok there to for slip/compression)
So I did the flexing and figured out where I want it to stop flexing at. But then when its on level ground and you put the bump stop were you think it should be. It seems really close to my bump stop plates :think: Its about 1.0 to 1.25”
Im taking away 2 inchs for a 4.5 bump stomp for compression. So with that I have 1.0 to 1.25 for just distance from bump stop plate and then the 2 inchs for compression im about 3 to 3.5 I would guess of just strait up ward travel.
That does not seem like very much but maybe that’s enough. The problem is if I move my bump stops up more, when its flexing it wont stop the flexing and it will rub the shit out of my fenders :nono:
Or am I going about this wrong should I just make bump stops for strait up ward travel and then get some limit straps for side to side travel??
My question is did i figure out travel right and that means that I will on have about 3-3.5 inch inches strait up with both wheels, Is that enough does not seem like alot?
Hope you can read it i went over a couple times :crazy: